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Engagement on Recreational Sport
Sport Canada has developed a short poll to ask Canadians about their sport experiences – they want to hear about all the good, bad and ugly, especially from those that are not currently participating.

Citizen Perspective Survey
Please take a few minutes to share your thoughts related to Edmonton as a candidate host city in United 2026 FIFA World Cup Soccer.

Live Active Summit Community Training
The Live Active Summit Community Training on Saturday October 20 at Commonwealth Recreation Centre is offering two sessions: Move & Play through Physical Literacy and High Five Sport. Move & Play is a practical professional development opportunity for leaders who are looking to integrate the concepts of physical literacy into programming for children and youth 3 to 12 years of age. High Five Sport is designed for the competitive coach in a club/organisation. Click here for more information and to register.

The Live Active Summit will be hosted at Commonwealth Recreation Centre on October 18-19. Edmonton Sport Council members are eligible for a discounted registration fee (15% off). If you are not a member, it may benefit you to consider ESC membership.

Supporting Positive Sport Parenting
This webinar (from Oct 2) explores how sport organisations can work with parents so that kids, coaches, clubs, and parents can thrive.

Canadian Journal for Women in Coaching
October 2018 – Promising Initiatives Could Bring Real Change for Women in Coaching

Community Investment Operating Grants:
The City of Edmonton CIOG program provides operating assistance to Edmonton’s non-profit organisations whose activities benefit citizens of Edmonton. If you require assistance with your application, contact a grants officer.

The application deadline is October 10.

Duggan Community Garden – compost needed

The Duggan Community Garden is in desperate need of kitchen scraps for their compost bin. I’m asking that you consider taking a bucket of kitchen scraps (no meat or dairy please) once a week to the garden compost-even once every two weeks would be great as every little bit helps.
The Duggan Community Garden is located directly south of the Duggan Community League parking lot. You can’t miss the compost bins. We have a lovely green park bench overlooking the garden which you might want to avail yourselves of as well. It’s a lovely environment to just sit and soak in.
Thanks for your consideration in offering your assistance.